Madison College offers
free counseling services
to all current and prospective students.
The college's counseling professionals are here to help with:
All services are confidential. You can set up an appointment via the Navigate app or by calling 608-246-6076.
If you are in distress or crisis, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is available to help 24 hours a day at 1-800-273-8255
Crisis Text Line offers free, 24/7 help via text. From your mobile phone, text HOME to 741741.
College can be one of the most stressful times in a person's life. Having a few strategies to manage and release stress is crucial to maintaining the balance we need. The resources on this page are provided as inspirationto help you build your own stress management strategy.
Exercise can be an amazing way to release built-up stress.
Check out Yoga With Adriene for more free videos.
Madison College offers numerous opportunities to help you in your health and wellness journey:
See the college's Health and Wellness page for more information.
Bookmark some comics or videos you can return to and take your mind off of stressful things.
Comic by Sarah Andersen
Check out Go Comics for more.
Psychology Today: Why Rewatching TV Shows Feels So Good
Find community that can help support you in tough times.
Madison College Student Life offers many different activities for students through the year.
See the following links for more information:
Student Clubs and Organizations
Illustration by Little Earthlings
Meditation and Mindfulness
Madison College Libraries subscribes to the database Kanopy, which gives
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Find books, DVDs, streaming media, and ebooks in the Madison College Libraries catalog
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